The American flag was raised for the first time over GLVAR’s new headquarters building in the southwest part of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas developer Rich MacDonald epitomizes the trend among wealthy baby boomers living in or moving to Southern Nevada — downsizing.
As a board member, you are entitled to copies of letters being sent to homeowners. Per your fiduciary responsibilities, board member are to keep confidentiality of such violation letters.
I’ve noticed something lately that could be a big draw, though it might not be for every mall around the valley. I’m going to identify it as “cannabis as entertainment.”
The legal cannabis industry is bringing an increase in development in the valley with experts expecting growth in the regulated market in the future.
One of the most important functions that a board of directors has pertains to the transition of control from declarant (the developer) to a homeowner-controlled board of directors.
In 1999, a legislative solution to better protect and assist homeowners was introduced, and the Residential Recovery Fund was created. Paid into by licensed contractors who perform residential work, the Residential Recovery Fund can provide up to $35,000 in financial recourse to owners of a single-family residence, not to exceed $400,000 per claims against a single contractor.
When did we lose the ability to communicate with each other in a professional and respectful manner? When did we lose the ability to respect each other’s opinion and then reach for an optimum solution and decision when trying to balance the various needs of our community?
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties will sponsor a July 25 mixer to welcome the country’s top LGBT real estate association to Las Vegas. The National Association of Gay Lesbian Real Estate Professionals (NAGLREP) mixer will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at DW Bistro at 9275 W. Russell Road in southwest Las Vegas.
A title opinion is just that: an attorney’s conclusion that it looks as if you’re getting good uncontested ownership. That’s reassuring, but you could also use a guarantee. That would be a promise to make good any losses you might suffer if it later turns out that, for instance, an unknown heir turns up and claims the property. And that calls for title insurance.